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Samsung or other brands of air conditioners working with Smartthings

Hi all! Nice to be part of this community. I am just a newbie but thanks to this community I´m learning a lot :slight_smile:

I would need your help regarding air conditioners integration: does anybody know exactly which Samsung Wifi air conditioner works with Smartthings?

I have looked through several threads here but I haven’t honestly found if there is ATM an integration with certain Samsung models.
I am going to buy a Air conditioning for my home and the best option would be a device working “natively” with smartthing, avoiding a IR solution. It doesn´t have to be a Samsung, I was just assuming that there would have been some of their models working with Smartthing; As far as I know, it is not so clear if they do exist.

I got some hope to find some answers when I looked at this Samsung Australia support page:
" . The SmartThings app works with the following Air Conditioner Models:

  • MIM-H03
  • MIM-H03N

I have read also about having indirect integration using IFTTT(, does anybody know which models have IFTTT supportts?

Where can I found a list of air conditioners which have already a solid integration with Smartthings?

I have written to the Samsung support Nordic countries asking if there is any model working with Smartthings, I´ll post here their answer as soon as I get it.

Thank you! :slight_smile:

I would install the new app, login with your Samsung account and see which models it lists there. It varies by region.

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Hi Jimmy,

I cannot see any models number with the new Smartthings app.

Add device -> Samsung -> air conditioning -> room air conditioner. It just start to search for a device.

Could you please be more specific?

Here they sell for example the wifi samsung smart home Confort 9 AR09KSFSQWKNEE. Will it work with Smartthings?


On the main page, tap the upper left menu and choose supported devices. Then you can choose air conditioning and view a list of models

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Thank you very much!
I did miss it since the new app update :sweat_smile:

Thanks, now I know what I need :slight_smile:


My brother has just reverse engineered the Mitsubishi API’s and has a smart app and child devices working nicely with 3nr AC units.

He’s in the process of final testing and tidying up the code but will release it in the next few weeks.

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It looks great :slight_smile:

Great! I’ve been working on one for the Mitsubishi AU/NZ units as well, but it’s not finished as I don’t get much time to mess with it. By the look of the screenshot it looks like this one is also based on the sensibo integration?

Hi Yes, the Sensibo integration was indeed used as the base template but a lot of changes have had to be made in regards to polling and the sending of events (my brother hasn’t removed the reference to ‘pod’ in the child device names yet, hence you seeing the correlation with Sensibo lol)

Any progress on this?

He’s not too keen to release it I’m afraid, as reverse engineering the API is a breach of the Mitsubishi user agreement… if lots of people start using it, they could block it for everyone, including my brother.

That’s unfortunate. I doubt Mitsubishi would go to that level of effort considering how little effort they put into the Kumo Cloud mobile app. It’s an open API running on and if they cut that off, they’d be cutting off their own app, too!

Please ask him to reconsider @RobinWinbourne. It’s nothing that hasn’t already been done. It’s just a matter of time…

He’s said he’ll share it privatey now, just don’t want it widely used.

He needs to tweak a few bits as his API key is currently hard coded, perhaps send me a PM in a few weeks.

The Kumo cloud is different btw… what region are you in? His DTH may not work for you.